Our Geography live stream is over now but please feel free to watch the recording!
Been inspired by climate change? Greta Thunberg got you heated up? it has never been more important to understand our planet and our relation to it; our responsibility towards its future, our future.
Whether you're standing on the edge of a volcano in Naples, walking through the rainforest at the Eden Project, or being taught in a classroom by our passionate Geographers, this A-level promises to be interesting and eye-opening every step of the way.
You'll study the perfect mix of both Physical and Human Geography and investigate everything from hot desert environments to global governance, natural hazards, population, and changing places.
A new world awaits, get ready to explore...
80% Exams and 20% Coursework
5 GCSEs at Grade 4 or above including English Language and Maths
GCSE Geography at grade 4 if previously studied
If GCSE Geography hasn't been studied, GCSE Science at grade 5 is required
Our Geography Team have a wealth of industry expertise.
They come from a wide range of business and educational backgrounds, ensuring that you learn from real-world knowledge and experience.
Take a look at these recordings from our previous Live Events.
Hear our subject specialists talk about different aspects of the courses and answering questions from other students interested in studying Geography course at St Brendan's.
A-level Geography Open Day
A-level Geography FAQs
'I find Geography such a good subject because it's so interesting and is helpful when keeping up to date with things that are happening in the world. A few of my favourite modules included Global Governance and Hazards. One highlight from the course would be the trip to Naples; it was a really great experience from both an educational and social point of view. I will be studying Geography at the University of Southampton next year.'
Callum studied: Geography, Economics and IT
Geography is recognized as both a Science and an Arts A-level and therefore complements a wide variety of subjects. Geography is one of the 'facilitating' A-levels because of its academic rigor and the skills it arms students with and as a result is often appreciated as one of the three A-levels that a graduate should have. The breadth that geography offers makes it a very desirable subject for a wide variety of careers, including environmental management, humanitarian and development work, engineering, architecture and town planning, journalism, law and business management, and GIS applications (digital mapping).